Taking Care of Your Sexual & Reproductive Health
Your sexual and reproductive health deserves attention. From Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) screening and treatment to birth control services, hormone therapy, and biopsies, we’re here to help. Our staff includes a Board-Certified Gynecologist, Certified Nurse Practitioners, Medical Assistants, and a Registered Nurse who specialize in working with you wherever you are in your sexual and reproductive health journey.
Routine Gynecological Visits & Exams
- Pap testing
- STI screening and treatment
- Pelvic/vaginal exams
- Other lab tests (as needed)
- Pregnancy testing
Contraception Consultations & Prescriptions
There are many birth control options available. Talk with us to find the one that will be best for you.
- Insertion and removal of IUD's and Nexplanon
- Diaphragm fitting
Procedures include Colposcopy, LEEP, biopsy, and treatment of genital warts. We also evaluate and treat a full range of gynecologic problems (including abnormal bleeding, pain, menopause symptoms, and breast concerns).
Transgender Health Care
Campus Health’s LGBTQ+ healthcare clinic provides trans support services and treatment, including hormone therapy, general wellness visits, referral for surgical transition, and more.
When should I get a pap test?
Pap tests start at age 21 but STI testing is recommended annually for sexually active young people.
I need to get a birth control prescription, how can I do that?
We can only prescribe birth control to patients who have met with a Campus Health provider. If you need to make an appointment with one of our providers, call (520) 621-9202. Generally, prescriptions are good for one year and will be refilled again at your next annual appointment.
The Campus Health Pharmacy can assist in transferring prescriptions from your home pharmacy.
Where can I get Emergency Contraception?
Ella is a prescription emergency contraceptive pill that can be effective for up to 5 days post intercourse. An appointment with a provider is required for this prescription. Call (520) 621-9202 for an appointment.
I think I may be pregnant. What should I do?
If you have had sex and your period is late, taking a pregnancy test is a good idea. If your test is positive, we recommend making an appointment with us, Planned Parenthood, a private physician, or a county health clinic for testing and guidance. Here at Campus Health, we offer diagnostic services, referrals, and limited counseling.
What do I do if I need to reschedule or cancel my appointment?
For procedures (biopsies, colposcopies, LEEP, etc.), please call (520) 621-9202 at least 24 hours in advance to avoid a no-show fee.
For general office visits, please call at least 1 hour in advance for office visits to avoid a no-show fee.